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McQueen and the Useful Article Doctrine

This past summer, the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute housed "Savage Beauty", an exhibition featuring both clothing and accessories created by late fashion designer Lee Alexander McQueen. The exhibition contained six galleries, all of which displayed works created by … Continue reading

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More useful info on our propensity for cognitive errors.

In today's New York Times (here). Read more detail on Recent Corporate Law Department Posts –

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Useful resources on the Food Safety Modernization Act

From the FDA Law Blog of Hyman, Phelps, and McNamara P.C. (Washington, DC), "A Useful Resource on the Food Safety Modernization Act (and the Price is Right)" by Ricardo Carvajal: FDA has a web page devoted to the Food Safety… … Continue reading

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Why not publicly announced cash awards for innovative management practices useful for law departments?

Intriguingly, at various points Joel Mokyr, The Enlightened Economy: An Economic History of Britain 1700-1850 (Yale Univ. 2009), describes various monetary rewards that were posted in England in the 18th century for successful innovations. The incentives succeeded. One of the… … Continue reading

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Very Recent Useful Article About Statutory Damages in Copyright Litigation

For a helpful and clear summary of the law regarding statutory damages in copyright litigation take a look at the very recent article by R. Buck McKinney published in the latest edition of Landslide, a publication of the ABA Section … Continue reading

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